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Awesome work, toolic+++++++++!!!

One interesting little exception worth noting, however...

  • send and receive private messages

Anonymous Monks can in fact send private messages to the gods via the facility in Retrieving a forgotten username or password. (It's for getting help resolving login issues.)

Also, I think this is not quite right:

  • search for your old nodes

Non-logged-in users (that is, Anonymous Monk) can indeed search for posts by Anonymous Monk. In the other items, "you" refers specifically to the collective Anonymous Monk, so it would here as well.

What is the sound of Windows? Is it not the sound of a wall upon which people have smashed their heads... all the way through?

In reply to Re: Restrictions of the Anonymous Monk by jdporter
in thread Restrictions of the Anonymous Monk by toolic

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